Students and teachers at Redesdale-Mia Mia Primary School are celebrating after being recognised for the number of inventions they had submitted to the Bendigo Inventor Awards.BRONWYN BEYERS December 26, 2012 4:23am
Students and teachers at Redesdale-Mia Mia Primary School received a visit from the Bendigo Inventor Awards committee recently.
Redesdale-Mia Mia Primary School has been recognised for having an inventive group of students.
The school’s students entered the Bendigo Inventor Awards and the committee was so impressed with the number of entries from one school that representatives from Greater Bendigo and the awards committee visited the school earlier this month to make a special presentation to the school and students to present them with their awards.
Acting principal Ben Fiegert said it was a great chance to showcase the school.
‘‘This is wonderful publicity for our school and the communities of Redesdale and Mia Mia,’’ he said.
‘‘Well done to the students who received awards and hopefully we can look at entering the competition again next year.’’
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